THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1310.
Hero Cowariico. . ,yy
From the sigu. of th tinjss and the
outward nemUiUU of tilings political,
jt begins to lo;k like the moment is
f ust approaching for the people to turn
mt arid save the Jiatioa.
List week we published H lar's mild
experimental bill a:i I allnde-l to ft-jetf
measures. This weak n? ppat the
full text of the latter s speech and the
Stars exposure of Q lay's inicpiiteusr
design is given o:i the first p ige.
liedueiiig theui and kindred purpo es
Quay Stands Mate.
Surely the New York Wdrld and the
Ereniny Pont are of sufficient dignity
to commend the respectful attention
of Senator Quay. Certainly they have
bejn able to astound the public. Bold-
ly and openly they have charge! that
Senator with, in short, larceny, with
the appropriation, lueri catta? of large
sums of the fund- of Pennsylvania ;
and if the charge is true, Mr. Quay de
serves the penitentiary instead of the
Why then does he stand mate if he
is not the felon that they charge?
They are wealthy papers and might
e;isily be made to respond in damages
to heavy verdicts for th ir acius itiions
Hero n th3 Radical Scheme.
TO REVOLUTIONIZE THE POLITICS OF TH."
The speeeh delivered on Saturday
.evening hist before Quay's Americus j throughout the city
A. G3E.VT DEMOCRAT CALLED TO HIS
(Fr J3i our regal it correwa Jeat.)
There was a ery of ,lExtra Paper"
on the streets of Washington Saturday
evening. and it was soon known eoain litv.
American people believe that gold and
silver coin are both the money of cim
merce and the Constitution ,and n
chiea.'ierv or false representatives will
induce them to consent that silver j
shall be deprive 1 of its us? as money.
and seduced to the level of a mere
KLDTTZ & RENEEMAft
i:i Ljener 1 1
that Senator i price. Which has been troins on for T ATTTNT T"
Club in Pittsburg by Keed, the -Kadi- j James B. Bee!, the Senior Senator from i about seventeen yearn is attributable I II I I I K 8
ieal bulldozer, unfolded fullv the na-Kentucky had dronned dead from hp.irr.lt.'. ..h fWfi t.U-tt th Anmtul fttmnlv f I LJJ KJ aJ M ii 4
. mt j a i - - . I 4 I I 1 I 1 1 "i i " f
tare of the Republican scheme to abol-' paralysis in the Baltimore and Poto
ish every vestige of State control and I mac Railway Station. There baft been
of the present Congress to appropriate
iumlysese arrive at about the follow- re lifted out of tlu upsr qnl"nu&
jug propautious of their radical an I
subversive measures :
Jst. By bitched census reports it is
proposed to leave out many or racist of
the qegfoes from the count throughout
the entire South, thus reducing the
poutheru representation in Congress
ynateriully, while our importance in the
electoral college is diminished in the
2J. It is proposed to deprive the
States of their rights of guardianship
over the polls. Federal judges are ex
pected, mediately, to take a supervision
pt all elections which relate to federal
affairs. Mr. Reed desires to register, si.
pirvise, count and certify the vote. H j
will do this, if possible, simply because
be-has the power and the people are
now impotent. He will dv it, though
lie knows that if he were to come be
fore the nation on such a platform, no
one could count the votes he wouldn't
3J. By the present system of force
; and gag-laws, in the way of rules, now
governing the House, it is supposed
that eveu the slender democratic mi
nority which does run Uje gauntlet of
a republican count (Goa save tlie na
tion on the day that such a thing is
again attempted) will be stifled into
silence and shackele I into inaction.
Thus, by these three measure.- are
$ve to be robbed of our heritage. Thus
js our representation to bjcomi a piti
able mockery. Thus are the proudest
ju thi land to bi degraded and derided
bv the cowardlv partiz tns who would
disgrace nobler nieu and rentier a na
tion ludicrous iu the eyes ot the world
for the sake of bolstering their wretch
ed cause. Is it not time to give even the
coinage measures, the Sub-t reasury plan,
tariff reforjpn, and the dozm righteous
jtauses whifrh are dear to us, isn't it
tims to abandon all thought of thtse
and organize a struggle for bare exist
fhe contemplation of all these sub
yersive propositions ruinously revolu
tionary in theirhar.icter as they are,
are enough to sicken the heart of any
patriotic citizen, orth or South, prop
ositions lesponsiye to no national need
Air requirement. They are gratuities
evolved from hate and a sense of cow
ardly security, vvjiich is as false as its
are pst'kw slanderous in their nature,
if they are false. Moreover a criminal
action for libel will lie. Again, then,
why is he mate ? Why not deny the
imputations and recover a fortune for
a blasted name ?
The Pittsburg Le.tder saVs:
"Senator Q lay ha . been published as
pi scuuudrel aud a scalawag, and has not
denied the imputation on ms character.
Instead of defending him without proofs,
und glorifying hitn with meaningless geu
cralilies, why, then, iu the name of com
mon sense, do not his associates iti the
republican party compel the man to
sp-ak out for himself and make a person
al declaration cf his guilt or innocence,
followed up with a lioel suit agaiusL his
accusers? The character of the National
Chairman, both privately and politically,
has sustained trrepaiable damage, and
his silent acceptance of the situation coa
stitutes prima f acie evidence against liirn,
in the face of which the efforts of other
people to vindicate him are valueless aud
Hgsfcho.filchss from ins mj pj l
name, takes that which tut enric'ieth
hiiit, but leaces me poor indescl?
- M. tlllOj i i l I td. A ft .1 -
Can any man affoiLto be silent here ?
Weeks have elapsed, and the world has
awaited in vain lor the flash by which
his assailants are to be blinded and
broken. Is he a thief or not? The
World aud the Post have thrown
dowirthe gag? of battle to him and
oiler to prove his guilt, or else stand
ninl teed for thousands and ridiculous
before the world. They have openly
defied him to combat and still stand
over him. What has he to say ?
Sam Jonas ia Charlotte.
- Sam Jones has removed himself, and
the people of Charlotte, relieved of
the pressure, will now have another
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nance, we presume, liiev nave pur.e
Hie mustard plaster i ff their moral
stomachs and some will soon throw
away their braces as they settle their
bent old shoulders under the accus
tomed burden of sin again. As in
Mark Twain's instance, the man who
steps behind the barn to find his re
pudiated flask will find one of Iris fel
lows looking up his abandoned cards
and the other his relinquished pipe.
Democratic authority over the conduct
of elections of federal officers, to abol
ish a permanent-despotism of the mi
nority party in the United States, and
to continue the present leaders of the
Radical party now in power in defiiiute
ly. It is proposed by the revolution
ists to pass a law which shall m ike
registration, the counting of votes and
tiie .certification of the results of elec
tions an exclusively Republican matter.
When this proposed law shall be pass
ed it will, in the opinion of the radi
cal revolutionists make little difference
to them whether the Democrats gain
control. of the House of Repiesenta
tives or not. They, the radicals, will
hold the Senate and through that
body will maintain themselves per
manently iu control of the Federal
Government. Here is the significant
I have not for years been one of
those who have talked about the South.
For the. last eight years no man has
heard me in the House or campaign,
no more sudden aud appalling death of
a prominent; man for years. He fell
and died in the depot iu which Gen.
Garfield w.as assassinated nearly ten
Senator Beck was born in Scotland
1S22. He received an academic eduea-
gold has been so.n.'.viit dim nidi in 4,
while all the great countries of the
civilized world have practically Invn
on a gold bisis, all their mxi y being
gold money or its efjuvalent free and
unlimited coinage of silver is needed
and demanded by the people. If this
Republican Congress refuses to restore
silver to its rightful place as the equal
tion in his native country, and came of gold the American people intend to
to tne united states wheTl a young i know the reason why. The Republi
in .i it -if oni'inf Aim r . 'I . .. 1
111. in . .-cft7niciT.i ui iriii.iitrru. Aiiey
settled to Kentucky and the future
Senator immediately started to work to
earn a living. He was employed in
various minor capacities.
A story which illustrated the innate
honesty of the man, in his early days,
wa; related last night by a gentleman
who was thoroughly well acquainted
with him. Mr. Beck the gentleman,
said was employed in Cvnthiana Kv.,
about one of t!ie stables there. Here
he came under the notice of Gen. John I is for. Federal election office holders ?o
C Breckinridge, who was attracted to make false registration!, false count
hini by his intelligence, industry, and ! ing ahd false certification to capture
good nature. Gen. Breckinridge was j the next House by f rand and perjury.
o le o: toe leaning lawyers or his sec-'
c ins nave determined to. pass an -exceedingly
obnoxious Federal election
law. The depravity of the Republi
can party has reached the very lowest
depths of degradation and infamy. It
remains to be seen whether the 'people
of this great Republic acquiesce in the
usurpations and profligacy of the Reed,
JlcKinley gang. Reed in his speech
DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS
JN Oil UIS Ufvurivry
The family supply side, like the other, is inexViauJ
Tt. i our nofiilinr business to dress and feed your faniuV nia 1
i- i a .1 a r " ' M," a
ed the key-note of the Republican pre- you give us the slightest encouragement ue will do it. snpnfod
a greater variety of high class goods at a smaller cot tlianjtetjj
be done elsewhere. W'th every assurance,
gramme in llris Congress. The plan
outrages or tion at this time, and one day he
wrongs. murders or shootings or hang-; brought down a cony of Blackstone
ings. My .-ileuce did not arise from aud gave it to young Beck. He read
an approval of murder, of terrorism, it thoroughly and showed such a
or frauds at elections. It did not arise strong desire to become a lawyer that
from any ignorance of facts or any Gen. U reck in ridge took him into his
doubts of the great wrongs which are office at LexingUn Ky. Here he en-
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pci aicu .i..iub i-ue u.jvf i tiuiL'iio uy ieie.1 nie iaw seuooi or irunsvivama
the people. Until they were aroused Univ; rsity, from which he was gradu
ally efforts of ours would be utterly i:i ! uted in .1-3-10.
vaui. In fact, politicians .ureonly 11th When General Breckinridge went
l-w.'ii iii Tii. f .!. t.-.i.f l -r i Ii..!.. ! (!, 1.1. AT ' IJ 1 I
iiv.n tiiv.ii. a u.j uiu "V'lllM ui iiicn IIIIU OIL1 Hill, iUI . le( ., WHO WUS
KLTJTTZ & EBNDLEMAt
everv man in
penny, out tliey never oear rue our.ieii
and heat cd' the day. If they cry aloud
before their hour they only turn back
the shadow on the dial. It is k.uo'vn
to everybody that the South denies that
threatening is part aud parcel of .their
elections. It is cquaHy known to
everybody that the denial is Hot true.
The South has p issed through many
stages. The Ku-Klux first deployed
his law partner, took charge of hi
..m . i . i . i .. . . .
auairs itim i;i ms law pratHlce. treil. i i .
Bieckinridge at that time owned a I)tSJaild pTOpei ties for sale
The name of
Western North Carolina who
has timber land, improved and
unimproved, farm lands, town
lottom prices, full,
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PEAL ESTATE &
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iaj-u irac. 01 ouacv;.opea Uinds'iu the; must iKlVi
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law practice and intererests cnmmittLl cle and COrr0ct descriptions
to his care so judicioiislv and honestly Persons wishing to buy
that he w is snhiequeutlv able to turn
over to Mrs. Breckinridge Sl0,0(-0.
its uiiuuignt terrors to intiunuaie vo
ters. Then came the baMiloranu: and
the driving of the negro politicians in
to the woods in the darkness of the
niiht. At present the murders have
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I. 'ftftil?ir. .v .
1 ij first e
Mr. Bjck devoted himself
early years t the law and to
l his incident, it is s.:id.
known, aided maleriallv in
election to Congress.
affairs, amassing a fair competence be- i
fore beginning liis political career in
Congress. He was a Whig in hi; e.t : '
I Y year, but when his law partner!
General Breckinridge went into, the
Democratic party he carried Mr. H-ck '
who was devotedly ettached ;o his iu
teresfs, wirh him. In 1800 he w. s
DCCCDITMPCC -M M Mrfin. Ear... General MarniLrlr Jfuekliriio.'i
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; ui i em piuiiei iie win i,i;u n to
interest to write to
Craige, Escj., Salisbury, N. C,
DBBIKS & REISNER
SA LTSiJl'i.Y, X. f.
nromotors are insecure.
learn to believe that the masses of the
people are lost to manhood, hen and
not until then ,w,ill we believe that-such
jfirceful methods, - which are but the
prearrangements of fraud, wilt inure
Jo less thuu the total confusion of the
mostly passed away, and the terroriz
mg and the m.dnight marauders.
Bit lot-box shifting and cheating iu
the court have taken their places.
Throughout all this variety of wicked
ness 1 call upon you to note one sing
ular fact, thai while it existed every
one ot these crimes against the dov- ; first elected to Congress as a represent- DTP T"D p ITJ1 p f HePfiT?
eminent was mojt solemnly denied bv ative in thr; Fortieth Con"res fpm AU Lili U J J Jj Mu iTxili jlLi'll
ftinr ui- I n.iit un n ii Hii'ti i' ii... ... ft . . . i ii.. i t . i i - -
jjui.ici ii ujMi. .ui iii. i.i -ruicro Lutriu I me .asuiauu iiv. I (lisii'let. Me w;s
re-elected to the Forty-first ('ongrev-;
in which holy he made mi able rejtlv
to Georse S. Bo:iUve!l.ar?uinr u?a:nst
your race reeling, pi claims tne dan-, the adopti; n of the dftednth amend
ger of the ignorant rule, - and weakens ment to the Constitution -declaring
your sympathy for his misgovernment, I that the right of suffrage should not
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.... .,.. x,,i .ui uiM.ua null an j oe aonagea on account or race, color. n IMi!(i tUU)
that has nothing to do with Federal or previous condition of servitude on I SpiuiStJ ,c i ji'liS
elections, if Mississippi be in danger! the izrourid that the reorulation of rJ
t ignorant uouiiuatnm the United fitirro shnnlrl hn lft . H
u r. a . r,
to-ttav. w w
Wiien, therefore, any Southern gen
tleman, however eloquent. 'seizes on
s : K'!
:ht along with
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ft i iia:a lilt, j .aw us. imi-w wuiHin, i m.-m ..m v.. -... ..... ...
line of .Seersuckers, in SolidsfUtipes anlTlaids in Uie ct-y All 'colors. In idj
Gr"ElC3C5ES3El."r jOA..'Z' HOLIES T
can be found evervthinu. good to cat : Hams, Breakfast Strips, Bee 1" Tongue?,
Beef, Chickens, Butter, Eggs, .Pickles, etc , et-e.
iritxjiT?-; : fruits;
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I . m i n i- . . -rz-.il- I " 1 . .1 WT !.it Olll I Ofi 1 I", II ! i 1 I 11 V 111 1 I I -ii'li M 1 1 St
of country produce." Itespcet fully, -
foolishness of preaching," etc.,
Our Non-Agricultiiral Exchanges.
AN AfOUKlY TO OUR FARMER FRIESDS.
There is no competent agriculturist
on the staff of this paper. The fact is
there is not a man near it who could
farm 4 gourd vine hp the side of a last
years hog pen, and if of our o'tfu
weight we were. to wade in and advise
jthat kraut seed sown iu the first
jtyll moon of thei4iierry month of May,
some one miglit get into trouble. This
being the case the paper is compelled
Jto rely upou agricultural papers for
Jielp in short, for cliped matter.
This plan was resorted to as usual of
lite, but failed to fruit. The weary I
,e litor tried his tired eyes upon column
after column of ably edited matter in
farmers' journals, and the following is
xvhat he saw among the headings :
"The Windom Bill," "Is it Paternal
ism? " " Free Coinage as Against 'Un
limited Coinage," i'The McKiuley
Bill," -Coast Defence," "River and
Harbor Bill," -The Ways and Means
ties which he indulged. O.i the
other hand, after a few day's or week s
jj trial, many will submit, like the Land
murk s man, for the old sort of a lop
eared hound they always were.
Nevertheless, his power to hold men
while hi applies the slipper to them as
they lay unresisting across his knee,
is wonderful. That a man should be
rate and abuse a people like Sam Jones
diiithe good people of Charlotte, and
then get 52,20O voluntary contribution
for himself, and raise in fifteen or
twenty minutes $8,800 for the liqui
dation of the Y. M. C. A. debt is diffi
cult to understand. Those who heard
him several tim.'S at least will ac
knowledge that he, is a good and Godly
He declined a re-election fo the Hon-e
in 1S70, aud was elected to th.-
n i-uoiaui oumiuauim uie u uireu j rrnne siiou'd ie e t o t he Sf.-iti
while occasionally the language of the spates is not. If cheating at the xlls Jierng elected to the Forfv-second
Governor of N. C5 will be heard 0:1 the 0:ib a V fraud in South Oaro- and Forty-third Congress. Mr. Beck
street Still, on the rule, by the !",a' ex:,b! lecanseth; white jnan s,1;Ve I on Jhe Wavs and Means Con-
,, - l is superior 111 mieriecr, liiougu inierior j mittee. He studied tariff questions
or , 1.1 I ... 1
, V..V., . in nunioer. tnere can he no excuse in wit. 1 o-.v it. :is n t h.i.,..
ill- 1 1 1 f , 1 1 f I . ...... . . . . i rv - ..... . . 11 it
win linger in tne wase on cue aosurui- the L'nitei Mates e ections. w here the rW,,mn,l !.n(l.nP;n. n
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white man, with his superior intellect
is superior in number also. In other
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worils the excuse, whether it be bad or ' Senate.
good, for cheating at Shite elections J Among those who entered the Sen
cutinot be spread beyond State elee- :,te at this time wiMi him were Messers
tioiis. When a Federal election is ! Hoar, of Mass.; Bon Hill, of G;i.; David
held it h::s nothing to do with State Davis, of III.: Plumb. of Kan.; Garland,
gov niment, but bi comes part of of Ark.; McPherson, Coke and Han is
the government of the United States: ox-S, crtturv Kirkwoodof Iowa,
at large, where there is 110 possihilitv Hr tonk a nr.-.minnnh mrt Jo
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ii:i 1 1 1 1 ii- 1 iM mi-- : !.-.,;..! .. 1 ; . . .. ... I. 1 1 l i 1
,ft.w. .... ft. vv.i.. 1 11-mii.u ii mi v. un'ii refill um 111 uie pas
sage of the Bland silver hill. He was
always an advocate of the liberal silwr
Styles lovely ! . .
liiti.' (ioud? a Sj-ociaIt
N e carry a iuii line of
SHOES, - HATS, - CAP. PETS
STRAW - M ATTIX'. .,
CK0CKEBY .'. a xi) v TIN WARE.
Yei'y Besppctf uily,
of negro doumiatioii, ignorant or other-j legislation which resulted in the
Y hat. then, is the remedy ? I speak
only for myself. What I say binds no
body but me, and not even me if the
Republican party prefers onother poli
cy; but speaking for myself, it seems
to me that, the only wise course is to
take into federal hands the federal
elections. Let us cut loose from th
policy, and at this time offered a" meas
ure proposing the coinage of not les ''
than S3.(XI0.IH10 monthly. He was
assigned to the committees on Arnv.o- :
and Finance. It is a very
I niatlo tliv largest purchase
rare honor for a Senator to heouboth i 111 iy -iirnagei tins season I
made at one tune.
flio Ulul fni. . .....ft.!..l 1 1 nr
""nici ui iiij.aiiiieni 10 oinees.
It begins to seem that Mural Hal-
jCoai mittee,'' -The Uuttcrworth Bill", 8'e'"1 wears iUfi wrong sort of a rabir's
man, despite his faults.
It is sold that at the mere mention
or It. k. u..tnat accKlent, the Fresitleuk
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ci tne L inteu States has fuistafiian
us cut loose from the committees. :iml S.Minl..' Unnh , 1 1 ...r. ....
k-tate elections, uo ourovvii repisf ration. 1 i-lm.-.iM -,f 1,;., i '
ourowncounting,andourowncertifica- indtistrv :ind ability. II- w s the U1 t ,M'cau0 COUkl huv
tion. Ihen the nation will besntisfied. h-ader of his party on matters ' relating them at SO much less price from
Against this course no constitutional to the Senatorial Democratic eaucds fiw, , ,1. ,. r , 4- .T
objection can e urged. Against thisjfor manv ve.irs. He was re-elected in."' .lna'1- 1 Kv 111 the
course no constitutional objection can ; 1S82 and in 18SS for the term ' expir- UfiakeP onlv. I
be urged. the larberouiih case, a 'i i in 18,)P
y'sions of many men in buckram. The ! decision of the Supreme Court, cover- ; In person he was tall and powerful.
Ln on veterans, in every direction, are,
lifting irp their oices against him.
For instance The Benj imin Harrison
War Veteran's Association of Brook
lyn, numbering 700 men. has renounc
ed its name and substituted Abraham
Lincoln. The reason for the change
is the alleged desertion by Harrison of
r Mil M V M I ft. i 1 (1 11.W r 11 II ! 11 l 1 . 1 : 1-1 1 ' ft ..... I I .... 1- L 1 " ! 1 t
" ft j .ft.ft.ft.1 v....! w.. o w"n six ieer. nirn, wu i t ie
against it on account of sectionalism, frame and depth of chest of a n':mt
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It 'inniiiftl A..il-fli .mil SmiM-i I. .....I I 1 - . . ! . i 11 1 P
.ft i..ii..o . 1 1 ii 1 1 . i -1 uuuiii, uit iniu lie wa iioL a iiueni taiwer. ami lie- i
am solium Car
Irom lo to 2)
.ft.. . .. . ,. Il ! .11 -l
t)lf, .iv--4i man i sum 1110 same
C ariiagcs tor last season.- Prices
ii? ii .
West. It will out an end to all bick- (,,ntlv vf..,..,,, .,A i,.;f..i r... r1L 1 c'an S1J 'OU a largo Cat
erings. The Southern States will then word. He was a rapid but jerky speak- t;in holv Carriage with wire
by themselves grapple with the prob- j er and when excited would eiiipausize ' wheels a 11(1 Upholstered soat at
lem of whether any State of a republic his ae marks with vigorous gestures. 7.50. 1 haw them at $10 00
can permanently enthrone injustice., At such times his place of birth hecame ' 15.00. 25.00 ami SiUloO V ,
. W . . ft.
child should be allowed to wall-
breed from all right of interference f plainly evident in his enunciation.
nf j except moral and advisory, f
toe popular superstition that the North within their own borders and I universal I v conceded Hint be . j when vou can buy a carriaire nt
;roni the Notwithstanding these defects it was
union soldier is entitled to the earth in i wthi'n the limits of their own Stale effective debater
a price. 1 got up a com-
rignts tney v.iii nave what they have the liepubucnn leaders at the capi ! plete line of photos that I will
louged for, the power to work out tul are engaged iu a conspiracy to de-!l0 rrL1(l (1 B knfi t k , - -4i
their own neculiar nroblems tliwii. innit; e;iL T!, .;i.L i.;i. ....;..,. le glad to SOlKl to ailV Olie, Wltll
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vrong SOr. Ot a rabirS ! selves; and 1 venture ihe nr.mhr.ev mJ flw, l?.ft.,.llfti;.ft.ft n,t
The Plumb Bill, M The William . tyjt He KIS changed the place and I sincerely enterUin the hope, that the ; will authorize the Government
V 1 1 1 C 1 1
. verv lowest prices.
Bill," and " The Bill Bill." There was
nota suggestion a to how to nurture
.even a scju ash to be foiiud anywhere.
After trying it awhile we got into a state
.of mind. So many bills rolled in that
we became insoi vent, indulged iu some
rank and llsh-like Billiugsg.ite and quit.
jHowcVer tliere is a native gra ;p of
jthings about us that leads to the under
standrig that there is difference
between a lean and a gate post :
,o;ie of eih you plaut to eonie
Ire' c flio rv-iin I" I.!. .J: - . . .-x.
v.. miu, ii, iii uis iiisgusi at V7.iic,
he looks at Brooklyn for better be
havior, on hisgide of the cred politi
ca1. In factTif the vote looming sui
c lal methods of ths 11 -p iblic i is is
pursaei ttjticb further he .viil b'eo:ne.
in his wandering, a second Ponce De
Leon vainly searching for that which
does not obtain on earth.
to Jju v
M. Pasteur's claim, th it in iive years
his treatment at his iusiitni i. .l .o
ft. n.t.T mhu
no ami the the 1 ll'iw rf fniJiM 1. ...... I I
, . . . . i ' --ivc uusiuica i.'j iu
the other you dun t. If the times are w io 1ml f- I.i.,. ..... t- i --.
... . . . .. t. rt . " r io mil toi him must have ieiahcd
not out of j unt, there assuivdly a . miserably bv hvdronluobia.looks lite nnu
aorj.:ned itf3:c iiboot thin w'- ".-.... n . . . . . I
o- ui u:ii. no Uy.it teiiv .c. W ,t ...
sou-rut. ! 1
relief from outside pressure will break j 4,500.000 ounces of silver per month,
dowii the race issue, aud as the South- J or 54,000,000 ounces per vear, silver !
ern people divide, not on the color bullion certificates to be issued' there-
issue, but on the questions which make for. The aiho.mt of silver coinage
up sound politics and good govc rnment. j hjis been avemging $33,O0O,0CO per !
Then, as the Constitution of the United I annum. The new silver bill will in
Statcs and the principles of our Amer- crease the annual amount of currency !
ican system always intended, the voter, j about 22.000,000. This increase
whether white or black, will contribute j will not however real I v add anything !
his share to the Government of all, and j to the volume of the hutpum- f,vr tlZ I
,......ft ., ... int .
Furniture. Piano and Organ Dealer,
Charlotte, N. C.
the hopes, which were at the founda
tion of all our great sacrifices will be
tinally and completely fuliiile 1.
a. i a t;-.j . i:-..! tt?m i
loath of Mrs. Graham.
Ttlrs. usan Graham, widow cf the late
Gov. Graham, died in Kalcigh at aiid-
niyhl'. Sjti.fliiv tier mniilci. l -mie -tan
I . ... .. .,! mill- . i . . . 1 . . - - I . .. . t 1 1-
v asainirion. isae wa-s a ftiesceuoeni oi,",,,7 i v:uue aim in a tew
Lawteute Washington, a"ha!f brthcr cf ears the silver bullion certificates mlil
reason that the National bank notes
are ueirtg continually returned and I
cancelled; and when cancelled are not
reissued. Thf Republican bill propos
es to re pea I nil laws authorizing the I
coinage of silver, and the inevitable!
result will be that gdd will be Ihe
" Fa-.har Time" -savis
Watch Club is the host p
iii.il i r villi iii "'i n
Watch, Diamond Ring,
w v r - . 1 . tft 11
.lAillij kj 1 1 VvJ 1 IT UI Vj VJ i mo
bcr of articles valued at
in our line. We need
.-.- . i . -.ftft-..ftiCft a 1 1 11 n iwi I
of 25 names: when it isci
plete, we will at once
ft : -
Call and see the goods
offer and learn the plan -j
W. H. REISNER & M
: A ,
ntrTanTTmnT.ni -.-r-v -x-. a n A M.
Having qualified Executors of thev!
estate of J. J. Bruner. we h
'.trL.r r a i , ....... , a r i r - i --i i i
iiutice to all
against the decedent to cxhibif the same pie of Rowan and auji'' .
to us on or before the 4tb day of April.! Office, Room N': r" J'l -f
1891. All petrous id neb ted to said estatcBtisher street, a,i-i '
are requested to settle without further
DatcJ April 3d, 130.
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iiitii iiiiiii c k i i v.'
i &Z2 SZT t.;. MORGAN'S STUDIO
SALfS?UY S.C. i
T. K. BRUNER,
Executors of J. J. Eruner.
jt .eore Uslnn'.ou.
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near liiYingiouv v fjirf